Sacroiliac (SI) Joints
The sacroiliac joints are where the pelvis attaches to the sacrum. The dimples you see on either side of the base of the lumbar spine is where they are located. There is very little motion at these joints, but they do move. .
- Typically dull to sharp pain localized over the joint (dimples)
- May refer to the groin, buttock or posterior thigh
- Can aggravated by bending, sitting, lifting
- May be helped by standing, walking or rest
- May lead to leg length inequality
This condition can be treated with Cox flexion distraction manipulation or traditional high velocity manual manipulation. This usually responds well to either form of chiropractic manipulation.
Stretching and strengthening exercises may be prescribed. Applying cold packs for 20 minutes may also bring about relief.
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Discuss your case with the doctor to see if you are a candidate for treatment.
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